"The name is Bond, James Bond."
Evem though it isn’t an Eon Production title, Casino Royale (1967) was legally produced, since the film rights to the book had been sold. The list doesn’t say “Eon Productions’ James Bond Movies,” it says “James Bond Movies.” Never Say Never Again is already on the list, even though it isn’t an Eon Production title.
for that matter, I wonder if the 1954 television production of Casino Royale should be included. Again, Ian Fleming sold the rights to the novel, and the hour-long telefilm is the first time a Bond story was filmed (albeit with an American Bond.) This episode of Climax! was available on the first Casino Royale (1967) DVD, but I don’t think it was carried over to the newer DVD. I did notice that this episode is availabe from some dollar DVD vendor.
Can we wait until Nov. 9th to add Skyfall please? I’d rather not have this list at 96% until then. We all get that it is coming out, I really don’t mean to be rude. Just a request.
I loved the ones with Sean Connery and Roger Moore; Roger Moore was my first Bond until I discovered Sean Connery. When Roger Moore quit, I couldn’t watch Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan didn’t do it for me.When Daniel Craig came on board, I gave the series a try again and be brought me back. The only copies of the series I own are the Daniel Craig ones. I’ve seen the other movies on tv. I’d only buy my favourites though: I’m not as devoted as the ones owning the whole set. Maybe I’ll change my mind, break down and include the other DVD’s.
Sean Connery is TCM’s Star of The Month and they are playing all of Connery’s James Bonds movies.
I have now made it the official list of James Bond movies. Not movies that feature James Bond.
Someone completely redid the list!
Now I can’t remember what I saw! Arrrrrgh.
Just received my boxed set from China today, and it is superb.
Sadly, it doesn’t include “Never Say Never Again,” though, so I guess that officially it isn’t a complete set. It’s just a re-make of “Thunderball,” anyway, so…
$129.00 for the whole set, along with a 2-month wait to finally get it shipped here from overseas, was well worth it to me.
I’ve seen all of them at one time or another, but I’ve been wanting to get a set for as long as I can remember. Yoo-hoo! :)
Going to watch 1 every day for the next 21 days!
Sean Connery is my favorite Bond, and George Lazenby was definitely the worst.
What’s everyone think of Daniel Craig so far? Surpisingly, I think he did very well.
“Never Say Never Again” is a debatable inclusion on this list since it isn’t an official Eon Production. You may as well include the 60’s version of “Casino Royale” if you include “Never Say Never Again.”
I’ve seen over 75% of these without ever really planning on seeing them, thanks to TBS marathons on various holidays. Veggie out on the couch is a beautiful thing on those days.